THE HUDSON MISSION AND VISION
ABOUT HUDSON HSLT
AT HUDSON HIGH SCHOOL OF LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES, WE VALUE:
High Academic Expectations
Collaboration + Student Voice
Anti-Racist Curriculum, Practice and Pedagogy
Respect + Trust
THE HUDSON MISSION
At Hudson High School of Learning Technologies, we aim to create a collaborative and safe environment for staff and students based on respect, honesty, trust, and love. Building relationships and community outreach are pillars of our school. All members of the learning community are stakeholders and have a seat at our table. At Hudson HSLT, students become college-and-career ready by using technology to become socially-responsible researchers, innovators and creators. Students learn to discover their passions, research effectively, think critically and creatively, as well as become engaged and empowered citizens in their communities. Our teachers do this by meeting the academic and social-emotional needs of each and every individual student and by fostering a culture of inquiry, challenge, and inclusion. Hudson educators help students consistently make connections between their classroom learning and the outside world, ensuring that their education is both relevant and rigorous. The entire Hudson HSLT community is committed to our work around anti-racism as a means for providing equity and access for all.
THE HUDSON VISION
Our vision is to foster an inclusive and rigorous learning environment where students achieve academic success while feeling supported, and represented in our school practices, pedagogy and curriculum.
The Hudson Mission and Vision Statements were written collaboratively by the staff, students and families of Hudson HSLT.
ABOUT OUR PRINCIPAL
Michael Wilson is a product of the New York City public
school system, and the City University of New York; a
graduate of Midwood High School, Hunter College,
and Brooklyn College. He's been a part of the New York
City Department of Education for the past seventeen years. His career began as a teacher at Louis D. Brandeis High School. Followed by the last twelve years in which he worked as an Assistant Principal supporting students and their achievement in high need Title I schools; Wadleigh Secondary School for the Performing and Visual Arts, and the High School for Environmental Studies.
“To whom much is given, much is expected”— this quote is dear to Principal Wilson's heart because his experience as an immigrant student in the New York City public school system was very rewarding. He is a passionate and effective High School instructional leader today because of the quality education he received in the New York City Public Schools. His experience affirms the the power of education to transform the life of a child regardless of his or her race, ethnic or socioeconomic background. He firmly believes that every student attending Hudson High School of Learning Technologies deserves an equal opportunity to access the resources and rigor in the classroom that will help them to experience success in their lives now and in their future. He is committed and feels a moral and professional responsibility to give back to a system that has given me so much.
Reach Principal Wilson:
Hudson High School of Learning Technologies
Hudson High School of Learning Technologies (02M437) |
351 West 18th Street New York, NY 10011 | (212) 488-3330 | Fax: 212.488.3335